Been reading the excellent book "The DAM Book, Digital Asset\nManagement for Photographers" by Peter Krogh. He pretty strongly\nsupports Adobe's DNG format over RAW files, although he's not\nbagging RAW, just putting a good case forward for DNG.\n\nIf you don't want to read the book, there is much of it at this\nwebsite and while it's a bit of a read, in this day and age I\nthink it's important to at least skim through and have a basic\nunderstanding:\n\n[URL]http://www.dpbestflow.org/[/URL]\n\nI'm wondering what your thoughts are? Anyone here using it?\n\nI am using Lightroom pretty heavily these days and plan to\ncontinue with it for a long time. It does much/most of the\nPIEWare functions, I love working non-destructively with the\nRAW files. Just not sure if I should convert everything to DNG.\nI like the potential to have everything in the same file, no\nsidecar files etc. Also like the lossless compression, disk\nspace saving possibilities. Don't know if I could completely do\naway with the RAW files and was thinking about including them in\nthe DNG so they could be retrieved if wanted/needed. But that\nkinda negates the space saving feature.